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tv   The Mafia And The Migrants  Al Jazeera  June 28, 2018 1:33am-2:01am +03

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the two week. i watch them is called plane starts to walk long for a while. and we lose the flies that because the stars is all we are going to fly high. and push our i want team to the highest peak and sell you on all even and on the war. you know there are. us. thank you. thank you.
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thank you. thank you thank you. thank you thank you. you know the folks what do you want to come to let me go to plead for the right not . to be. what i was an awfully well i don't know. i don't know what about a suicide i don't think i'm the sort of person that he will go for a couple of places. in this one as it was. not many but i will look up my many have been there when i think i'm nearly there and i know. when talk talk. to me like i used to do book i've got
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a good one that will do nothing. no no no no. don't go go go for senate please. bring out a blue notice then that. really looking forward. to doing that embodies it was like. oh let's. not focus on. the. most illegal. it is just only on the police. i am told that it's all been said.
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and he went out to mahmoud accompanied by me a nice sleep in it as you know all need to do it is ok that term only monty you can tell him quiet and then there but no time when i'm tending to fend for mindanao but end up biting. i know good morning so if i don't get mad me book will want to live from. the new book in well go. or. be gone but will not be.
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now one hundred six thousand i live with me and i therefore go back. to you know. enough for. you to give details you give me to tell you i will. if i get well live and all the know will be. now it will begin to go to this one. which you know it's you know. they didn't want to let anybody go if they were. in this. world with little.
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or no. one time to go to feel for. michelle for them or. they need to know more pleasant to. be. brought to you. know we were probably on the merits. was most of them are welcome here we're told not to. get into good. times and people. on board yeah yeah.
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to be nice to. see. what's available i want you to find everything. is book all about the love of football in the game of football first book all about making math the way you earn money. i've had these conversations with those on the team from last prior. for all the time that you play football do we always give you transportation or you are in school now we have . not here working for a. nas third school book for many of you we have done things for you your livelihood can pay for your transportation just excuse me i don't want to steal i don't know i want to i will just be too. old for it's not. for who. was about all the talk. can out run it out i said i'm going into that i'm going into the. softest table for self will be for
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just. some of us i'm going to take care of all of our keep trying to get to kill for us they're. going to land a job you have to pay it's gas for take elephants and then we're going to got divorced we've got enough for me to call again to face down or to go forward. so we have we have to fight is through short to give up. because we are playing football too because we joe i said she wanted i move to get that. we have a we have a big all you want to be. we have a probably about to come not only it would be to get beat for. i mean just not only people have said i love all of us. and some of my brothers are so free i don't want them to go into a big i don't want to see them interest it's going up on down we dealt not deep.
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enough to find a solution so the challenge is to do so i have to i will never be a guy that gets it wrong. you will all have to help find the answer to your problem and i believe that all of you know that i do not have this or should be no white man has a solution for your problem no single person has a solution because it has to. from within you and i believe the reason this conversation more and more no i believe that you and i know my friends every time. but there are many teams who practice that doubt. all others and they find a way inside yourself you can find a way i know you can i don't believe in you i believe in you i have known you for a very long time when what is good. to be true. is
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informed. about what is out for get out for. you to live before. no. little. something to think about what. i'm not feeling. when you may explode on. me because of.
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only my wife i'm a keith. if i was not having my wife and my kids that's all my shit up to my sister. never forgets about everything.
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one oh yes he's training for it. if you do it because it gets off on time for you so. that. you are. in the theater. because. i'm not a young man a good. for every day. i'm
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african heads of state and government will gather in mauritania for the thirty pows disassembly of the african union ongoing conflicts in the fight against corruption will take center stage al-jazeera will bring you extensive coverage of the summit and its outcomes the african union summit on al-jazeera. well this idea. that when they're on line it's unguarded the chief. of the inequality in our society today or if you join the sunset criminal justice system is dysfunctional right now this is
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a dialogue what does it feel like to go back for the first time everyone has a voice and allow refugees to plead to speakers for change join the conversation. after a visit by the u.s. security advisor the kremlin says the time and place have been set for a summit. hello i'm maryam namazie in london you with al-jazeera also coming up. to six days at sea with two hundred thirty three refugees and migrants on board the lifeline ship is
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finally being allowed to dock in malta. shock and heartbreak. many as south korea knocks the defending world champions house of the world cup. south sudan's warring sides agree to a permanent cease fire starting in three days time. the u.s. and russia have announced that a summit between presidents donald trump and let him a putin will take place they still haven't revealed where or when the decision was made after trump's national security adviser john bolton held talks with the russian president in moscow officials say the meeting will take place in a quote convenient third country they will announce the date and location on thursday both president trump and president putin feel that it's important for these two leaders of these two critically important countries to get together and
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discuss their mutual problems and areas of cooperation it's something that i think both feel will contribute to improvements in the u.s. russia bilateral relationship and. stability around the world i don't think it's anything unusual for president trump and president putin to meet well president putin had this to say about bolton's trip to moscow which he'll be here the president with and it brings me great regret to say relations between russia and the u.s. i'm not in the best shape but yes most crucially if you notice that your visit to moscow gives us hope that we can at least take the first step to reviving fullblown ties between our countries what role jordan is following developments for us from washington and rosalynn we hope bolton say that he was there in moscow because president trumpet asked him to look at arranging a meeting between himself and president putin why does trump one meeting now.
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well mario it's partly because donald trump wants to make good on a campaign promise that he made during the two thousand and sixteen election he thought that the obama administration had made a mess of its diplomatic ties to moscow and he thought that the relationship could be repaired so that's one issue the other part of it which john bolton talked about during his press conference which ran for about forty five minutes is that the president seems to believe that regardless of the political blowback here in the united states that it's important to have a working relationship with moscow because of critical issues around the world the ongoing civil war in syria for one the fight against terrorism questions about economic diversity as well as trying to deal with other things that do matter to people here in the united states such as the question of human rights such as the situation in eastern ukraine and crimea all of these things which john bolton said
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actually need to be put on the table hour he did stress that the very fact that the u.s. and the and the russians have agreed to actually have this meeting is in of itself a significant development i mean there are so many issues to discuss potentially from the conflicts and ukraine and syria to iran to denuclearize ation the list goes on really what are the expectations for any kind of progress on these masses. well john bolton was trying to tamp down expectations he did at mit that there are many areas where the u.s. and russia disagree he also did try to get into the ongoing investigations here in the united states about whether the russians may have interfered in the two thousand two thousand and sixteen presidential election even though the u.s. intelligence community has concluded that that interference did take place but
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bolton said that it's important to get the two men into the same room to start hashing out these issues and to try to build this relationship for the long term one other point bolton before he joined the trumpet ministration had been very critical of moscow's behavior and several of the reporters during this press conference raised some of his past writings as a question you know how do you square what you did before the administration with what you're doing now and he basically said that when you joined a presidential administration in the u.s. you put your personal views aside and you were there as an advocate for the president now whether people in the room bought it whether people in the kremlin buy it regardless glad to hear putin gave john bolton an audience on wednesday and that is of itself is quite significant thank you very much jordan in washington.
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a rescue ship with more than two hundred refugees and migrants on board is being allowed to dock in malta after spending six day stuck at sea as governments argued over who should take the vessel in the end the lifeline was denied access to ports in both and malta but the maltese government is now going to allow those on board to disembark and eight e.u. countries have agreed to take in a shadow of the migrants. i think it's too early to say how many will go where we have very clear indications. of and play just very concrete pledges from each member state i think everyone will take to it's safe to say everyone will take a cording to. its. its capability. well. the maltese
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said that. under investigation why is that. well it's because he said the ship does not appear to be registered. as it claims to be and it isn't registered as a search and rescue ship which is what it claims to be. like the fact that for periods of time as they say g.p.s. global positioning system transponder has been switched off and we saw earlier that it was invisible to tracking systems available on line it's only in the last twenty five nautical miles that it's really appeared. apparently about twenty five miles east of where we are. barely a mile off shore it's about. and it's going to appear behind me to offload in the military part of the port hopefully we will be allowed
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to film a rival the prime minister said that all of these reasons it is extremely worrying but there was an interception people caring people claiming to have a particular registration he's launched an investigation into that but we also heard from the head of lifeline the german charity. who stood here in front of these gates moments ago and said we are extremely proud of our crew and our captain who have rescued these two hundred thirty four people fleeing war and persecution and rape and we hope that these people are going to have a good life in europe. how does this agreement contribute towards a european migration deal. we're told that it doesn't. the prime minister here that this is an agreement he said that this is a very particular case this is not this is not
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a blueprint that was in answer to a question we asked about whether the countries that are volunteering the seven countries volunteering to take some of these two hundred thirty four migrants and process them for asylum. here in. mental europe have now formed some sort of. blueprint for how they would divide up future shiploads of people rescued at sea this he says is not the case and presumably he doesn't want to tie the hands of his interlocutor. twenty seven member states going to a very highly charged european summit tomorrow in which migration is going to be the leading theme and with a very diametrically opposed views across the table with eastern european countries saying that they do not want to be involved in any voluntary scheme to share the burden of migration rescue at sea in the mediterranean or overland passage from
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asia. mostly western and southern european nations saying that solidarity and collective action is the only way there isn't any. readily understandable counterproposal to that form of action at the moment coming from the right wing governments who say we need to think of something else there are vague ideas of camps in africa and libya in the middle east there are ideas about putting people in camps in undesirable countries quote unquote undesirable areas of europe that was a danish proposal all of this is very difficult to understand how it would work specifically so i suppose this is the debate this is the headwind the volunteer nations are going into tomorrow thank you very much. who are expecting the m.v. lifeline ship with over two hundred migrants refugees on board to dock very shortly .
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defending champions germany have been knocked out of the wild card at the first stage a surprise to nil defeat to south korea means they'll be heading home much earlier than expected speak to addie richardson in moscow and andy how did this happen. let's first of all just let this sink in it is germany's early expects it from a world cup since ninety eight since the world cup has been organized with group stages germany have never failed to progress they've reached the last nine quarter finals. world cups and made it sort of means they've reached the semifinals on the last six occasions so this is a huge surprise but really the scramble thinking has followed them through this
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tournament also followed them into this going they put it in improved showing in the second game against sweden when they said beat sweden strewed one and it looks like perhaps that was a bit of an selling point that crowe showed you love it might all changes going into that game he dropped key players as it has looked so maybe there is some of his more left centers from when they won the world cup four years ago but today's game he decided to bring them back on the same problems we've seen for months now with a german team with eric and slow in midfield vulnerable on the counter-attack and really they never came close to getting the when they needed to give themselves a chance of reaching the last sixteen in a famous win for south korea with two goals in injury time not seen enough to see them through until the last sixty and the group so the game also took an unexpected and mexico votes so we impressive in their first two games winning both of them comets three male voice we means sweden go through as group winners mexico through his run.


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